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Considering Morocco Post High School

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Morocco.

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Considering Morocco Post High School

Post Posted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 7:42 am

School is nearing it's end and in place of going directly to college, do not pass go, do not collect 200 dollars, I've decided to go abroad for a couple of years or more. I figure that while I'm there I can have the experience of not having things handed to me. I would really have to work. I would have an immigrantish experience. It's all very exciting and I'm looking forward to it. Right now I am a Junior in High School, so there is plenty of time, but lot's of people are college planning right now, so I figure I should be planning too.

How easy would it be for somebody like me to find employment? I would want a job like being a janitor or a waitress or something since I wouldn't have any college education yet.

By the time that I would move there, I would have 6 years (5 years of credit) of accelerated French class under my belt, but only a little Arabic. I would save enough money for, or have my parents pay for some language training when I get there which makes a job where I wouldn't have to do much speaking of Arabic at first a good thing.

The bottom line is, it would be really helpful to learn what my experience might be like in Morocco. I know that I would need an apartment, a job to pay for this apartment and some friends would also be a nice thing to have Smile

 

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Re: Considering Morocco Post High School

Post Posted: Sun Apr 06, 2008 9:52 pm

Hi,

Welcome to Expat Focus, let me see if I can get someone to give you the benefit of their first hand experience (Mary, are you around?)


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